The University of Virginia is caving to the demands from blacks and other far left students and have a list of demands that they want implemented because everything is racist in their eyes. It’s ridiculous. 

Included in the demands are for the University to remove the Confederate plaques on the Rotunda and consider placing them in “a museum or in Special Collections.” The list also calls for the Lawn to be declared a residential space in order to forbid concealed arms and open flames, and for the University to recontextualize the statue of Thomas Jefferson north of the Rotunda with a plaque.


They also demand that funds from an old KKK pledge be given to the Charlottesville violence victims as it deals with the Aug. 11 white nationalist rally on its campus.

In 1921, the college received a pledge of $1,000 from the Ku Klux Klan, which the school has documented. Even though it was never paid, UVA is going to donate the inflated amount of that pledge, $12,500, to the “Charlottesville Patient Support Fund,” which is managed by the school’s Health Foundation, Fox News reported.

The school’s student council signed on to a list of demands from a diverse group of students — including the recruitment of more African-American students and faculty, mandatory courses about white supremacy.

The Student Council Executive Board released a statement Thursday endorsing the demands put forth to the University by the Black Student Alliance and numerous other student groups following recent white nationalist events in Charlottesville.


Following a presentation of the list of demands to University President Teresa Sullivan at the “March to Reclaim Our Grounds” earlier this week, Student Council held a town hall meeting for students in order to “formally gather student concerns and feedback.” Several students at the event urged Student Council to sign on to the demands.

The college’s board of visitors voted Friday to take the bronze tablets, which have been in the Rotunda since 1903, and put them in a different location “where they may be preserved as artifacts of the era in which they were erected, and utilized to provide context to the history of the University.”

Any carrying of open flames or open flame devices will now be punishable under the university’s official regulatory code.

University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan addressed the board about the college’s efforts to address the Aug. 11 march, which she labeled as “something darker and more depraved, disguised as a protest march.”

Although the university is working to integrate the study and understanding of slavery into its curriculum and public programs, Sullivan told the board that she wanted to address a “troublesome” aspect of UVA’s history.

“What we absolutely cannot do, however, is allow the practice of free expression to cross the line into intimidation and violence and all-out attack on UVA and its people, as it did on August 11,” Sullivan said. “We must and will take all necessary steps to prevent that escalation.”

So there you go.


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